Jonathan Moyo Responds To Comments Saying His Book Is A Huge Joke

Exiled Former Cabinet Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo has said that those who think his Excelgate, a book allegedly exposing how Zimbabwe’s 2018 elections were stolen, is a comic piece of work will be disillusioned.

His remarks come after a publication called Muckraker reviewed Moyo’s book and concluded that the book was a joke. Moyo responded saying:

The ediots who think EXCELGATE is about a Microsoft SPREADSHEET are in a for a shock. Their ediocy is like saying WATERGATE was about a BUILDING when it was about Richard Nixon & his crimes against the Democrats in the US; which led to his resignation in the face of impeachment!

The 2018 elections were won by the ruling ZANU PF but the opposition MDC and some observers are adamant that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commo=ission connived with the governing party to manipulate the election outcome.

The MDC claim that its leader, Nelson Chamisa won the elections and should be the president, therefore, the party has since 2018 been refusing to recognise Mnangagwa as a legitimate president.

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One Comment on “Jonathan Moyo Responds To Comments Saying His Book Is A Huge Joke

  1. Readers are free to give their opinions about your work. You might think you did your best but readers may not think so. You can’t write a book and review it yourself, kuzvifonera!

    Jonah Moyo shot to fame when Solo naMutsai became a national anthem. Solo naMutsai was penned as the last song on an album of ten songs, just to make up the number ten. He himself was shocked. The same happened with Tongai Moyo on Samanyemba.

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